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Category:  Cranksets
Name:  Cinelli
Brand:  Cinelli
Model:  
Years:  Mid 1940's - ?
Country:  Italy
Added By: Catnap on 07/24/13
Updated By: Catnap on 07/24/13
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Chainring CountBCD 50.4mm
BB StyleCotteredPedal Threads
BB Length Flutes Crank Arm
Lengths Arm/Spider MaterialSteel
Front MarkingsCINELLIBack Markings
Extractor Threading N/A (Cottered)  
General Information
Extremely rare Cinelli-branded crank arm.  Cottered bottom bracket, 50.4 BCD in the style of Stronglight / TA.  Solid steel with chromed finish.
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A true icon in the cycling industry, Cinelli is well known for their stems and handlebars which came as standard equipment on countless quality European brand bicycles, however they are also known to have made some of the most sought after lightweights by collectors and riders alike the world over.  Few brands can meet, let alone exceed, the level of workmanship and ride quality of Cinelli frames, even those from the 1950's.
 
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